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Net Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU)

NAVPU

Net Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU)

Metrobank UITF NAVPU

Check the performance of Metrobank’s unit investment trust funds (UITFs) by looking at their corresponding net asset value per unit (NAVPU)

Fund nameNet Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU)
Metro Money Market Fund1.705604
Metro Max-5 Bond Fund2.134108
Metro Max-3 Bond Fund2.129546
Metro Corporate Bond Fund1.167949
Metro Balanced Fund3.214835
Metro Equity Fund2.162670
Metro Philippine Equity Index Tracker Fund0.936242
Metro High Dividend Yield Fund0.862197
Metro Aspire Bond Feeder Fund1.156897
Metro Unit Paying Fund1.024870
Metro Short Term Fund1.113325
Metro Aspire Balanced Feeder Fund0.976879
Metrobank PERA Money Market Fund0.995063
Metrobank PERA Bond Fund1.003852
Metrobank PERA Equity Fund0.982655
Metro Aspire Equity Feeder Fund0.932655
Metro$ Max-3 Bond Fund1.815332
Metro$ Max-5 Bond Fund2.177282
Metro$ Short Term Fund1.361236
Metro$ Money Market Fund1.031090
Metro$ Asian Investment Grade Bond Fund1.157239

Updated as of July 27, 2021

Fund nameNet Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU)
Metro$ World Equity Feeder Fund1.728302
Metro$ US Equity Feeder Fund1.614823
Metro$ Eurozone Equity Feeder Fund1.143122
Metro$ Japan Equity Feeder Fund1.108031
Metro$ US Investment Grade Corp Bond Feeder Fund1.189101

Updated as of July 27, 2021

What are Unit Investment Trust Funds

Investors of any level of expertise and investment amount can put their money in a basket of different kinds of investments through UITFs. There are several UITFs to choose from, each catering to a particular investment goal. They’re open-ended investments, meaning you get to choose when you put your money in and when you withdraw.

How to read NAVPU

The NAVPU is your basis for identifying how much your investment has increased or decreased in value. To read the NAVPU, simply take the NAVPU when you initially put money in and see what the current value is.

How fast the NAVPU fluctuates depends on the kind of UITF. The NAVPU takes into account all rates and fees involved. If you withdraw when the NAVPU is higher than when you entered, you’ve gained from your investment. If you withdraw when the NAVPU is lower than when you entered, you will lose money. So, always make sure to check the NAVPU before you withdraw.